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    THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1918.
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Copyright.
International News Serrlce.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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GAME CALLED OFF;
TWO FRAYS TODAY
Bain Falls AH Over Western
League, Thus Putting Crimp
in Magnates Bankrolls.
FIEST GAME AT . 2 O'CLOCK
Jupiter Pluvius took a lusty wallop
at the collective bank roll of the
VVesern league yesterday. For the
festive Jup turned his merry little
showers loose on every city in the
league in which games were sched
uled yesterday.
The pernicious activities of the
weather man resulted in considerable
disappointment in Omaha. For yes
terday was to have been Rotary day
and ladies' day. All Rotarians of
the Tenth district were to have been
sts of Pa Rourke. Also the fair
ans would have eone through the
gate without the usual attending func
tion of depositing half a dollar at the
box office. Thus the wailing and
gnashing of teeth.
The postponement yesterday nec
essitates a double-header today. The
bugs will get to see two games for
the price of one. Pa has hopes that
the bargain matinee may bring out a
tolerable weekday crowd, something
that has been scarcer than hens'
teenth in Omaha this year. The first
game will start at 2 o'clock.
The well known Wichita Wolves
will be the attraction. Manager Marty
Krug will probably sic Prince Gas
kell and Harry Krause on the w. k.
Wolves and the prince and Harry
figure on transforming the beasts into
wooly and pacific little lambs.
Wichita will also be in Omaha
Wednesday and Thursday.
Injuries to Pacer
Are Not Lasting
The injuries to Hal McKinney, Tqm
Dennison's famous pacing stallion,
who was struck by a bolt of lightning
at Mount Pleasant, la., Saturday, are
not serious, according to a telegram
received from a veterinary surgeon
following an examination of the local
, race horse.
IV Workouts, however, will determine
P whether any lasting serious results
will come of the accident.
Bob Sebastian, handler and driver of
Hal McKinney, who was standing in
the stall beside the horse when the
lightning struck, is under the care of
physicians.
Manager, another stallion stabled at
Mount Pleasant for the race meeting
there, was killed by the bolt.
Hal McKinney is entered in the
free-for-all pace at the Great Western
Circuit meeting, to be held in Omaha,
August 22 to 26, inclusive. One of the
$2,000 purse hung up at the meeting
here is named after Mr. Dennison's
crack pacer. r
Murphy Did Its Lose
Plattsmouth Game
Plattsmouth, Neb., Aug. 14. The
Murphys Did Its lost to the Platts
mouth team in a fast game, the play
ing tim being 1 hour and 20 minutes.
MURPHYS PLATTSMOUTH.
AB.H O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Oslro'lc.ss 4 0 2 0 OBlue.cf 3 0 2 0 0
Vb'h.cf.r! 0 8 0 lParrott.ss 4 112 0
JM'an.Sb 4 12 0 lHero!tl.3b 4 0 0 4 1
AM'an.2b 4 12 2 OMaaon.lf 4 0 2 1 0
Felt'an.lb I I Tl OKoop.c 8 17 10
Yost.c.rf S018 lConnora.p 30120
Dldla.cf 1 0 0 0 OSmlth.rf 8 1 1 II 0
p attue.u 3 0 0 0 otturr.zb 31121
Maxell. p 8 10 2 OCraliUb 4 0 11 0 0
Uanifen.cf 2 110 0
Total! .30 4 27 1 J 2
Totals. 81 C 24 7
Murphy Did IU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Plattsmouth 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Left on bases: Plattsmouth, S; Murphya.
8. Double plays: Plattsmouth, Mason to
Koop; Murphya, Neaselbrush to Feltman.
Htruck out; By Maxwell. 7: by Connors, 7.
Hit by pitched ball: Beal.
Standing oj Teams
WESTERN LEAGUE.I NAT. LBUOUB.
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pot
Omaha, 67 8 .6.W Brooklyn .. .08 87 .880
Lincoln 82 44 .GHGlBoaton ....88 40 .882
Dea Moines. 53 83 .800
Denver ....81 88 .481
Sioux City. .60 67 .4871
Wichita 48 68 .4681
Topeka 47 68 .468'
St. Joseph 48 61 .418
AMER. LEAOl'K.
Phi la 80 43 .888
New York ..62 41 .616
Pittsburgh ..44 86 .444
Chicago . ...48 80 .484
St. LoUlS ...47 12 .481
Cincinnati .43 68.387
AMER. ASS'N. I
W. L. Pet
Kansas City 83 46 .603
Louisville . .66 48 .676
Indianapolis 64 48 .688
Minneapolis 64 67 .486
Toledo 68 88 .614
St. Paul ....64 66 .486
Columbus ..44 63 .411
Milwaukee .38 78.336
W. L. Pct.l
Boston 62 46 .681
Cleveland ..62 48 .664
Chicago ....62 42 .668
St. Louis ...80 82 .6361
Detroit 60 53 .631
New York , .66 62 .619
Washington 62 65 .486
Phlla 22 82 .2121
Yesterday's Bcanlta.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Wiehlta-Omaha; rain.
St. Joseph-Sioux City; rain.
TopekaUee Moines; rain.
Denver-Lincoln; rain.
, NATIONAL LEAQUE.
Pltteburgh-St. Louis; rain.
Chicago, 3; Cincinnati. 6.
New York, 0-4; Philadelphia. 8-7.
Boston, 2: Brooklyn, 5.
AMERICAN LEAOUE.
.Detroit, 2; Clsveland, 3.
Wnshlngton, 2; Boston, 1.
Philadelphia. 3; New York, 4.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
No game scheduled.
(lames Today.
Western League Wichita at Omaha, St.
Joseph at Sioux City, Topeka at Dea Moinea,
Denver at Lincoln.
National League Pittsburgh at St. Louis,
Chicago at Cincinnati, New York at Phila
delphia. Boston at Brooklyn.
American League Washington at Bolton,
Philadelphia at New York.
PHILADELPHIA WINS
THE DOUBLE-HEADER
Alexander is Able to Add An
other Shut Out Game to His
String of Victories.
BENTON IS HAED HIT
ARMOURS DEFEAT
LUXUS IN LONG GAME
Learner's Home Bun in Four
teenth Inning Decides the
Clash. ,
GURNESS HURLS GOOD BALL
Police Raid Several
Disorderly Houses
Several disorderly houses were
raided by the police Sunday morning
and afternoon. Ida M. Clinton and
an inmate were arrested at 90S Capi
tol avenue. Stella Scott and three in
mates were brought in from 118
North Eleventh street. John Barich,
a saloon keeper at 623 Pacific street,
and bartender, Chris Thompson, were
charged with keeping a saloon open
and selling beer Sunday. Six inmates
helped to fill up the patrol wagon.
Edward Bogacr, 2528 South Twenty-fourth
street, and C. Peterson, 2229
Leavenworth street, were charged
with keeping disorderly houses. Sev
en inmates were captured in the two
houses.
Wounded, Hoi Ktlla Tiff Mexicans.
Tuscon, Aril., Aug. 14. After his horse
M been shot from under him by two Mex
icans, auspeotod of having perpetrated a
Kfiirglary. and be himself had been shot
through thr hip. Constable John Bright of
Courtland, Ccchise county, drawing bis gun
,-)) he lay or tho ground besides the body
ul hla horse, killed the two Mexicans to
day near Courtlanu. ,
In one of the greatest games ever
played in Omaha, the Armours, cham
pions of the Saturday Class A league,
defeated the Luxus, leaders of the
Greater Omaha league, by the score
of 1 to 0 in j fourteen-inning game,
the contest being won by Learner's
home-run drive over the fence in the
last inning.
Big Gurness, for Armours, pitched
one of his greatest games, not allow
ing the Luxus a hi; tor nine innings.
-He was forced to retire in the thir
teenth inning on account of an injury
to his hand. Holland pitched the en
tire game for the Luxus, and although
he was batted for six hits in the first
eight iningS, his opponents were un
able to score. He then tightened up
and allowed no hits until the four
teenth. He struck out sixteen men.
Both teams played a good fielding
game, only one error being charged to
each side. For the Armours, Learn
er's home run the fielding of Ryan at
short and the general play of Gurness,
Al Graves, Fletcher, Corcoran, Yost,
Learner and Graves featured. For the
Luxus, Hayden, Minikus, Meladv,
Smith, Atkins and Rushenburg did
some great fielding.
Graves, who relieved Gurness in the
thirteenth inning with a man on sec
ond and nobody out, pitched excellent
ball.
A large crowd attended the game.
Score :
. ARMOURS. LUXUS.
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.S.O.A E.
Colllna.cf 6 2 J 0 OSmtth.If 6 0 4 ti 8
AO'aveslf 6 0 5 0 ODe'lson.'rf, i 0 1 0 0
Le'mer.2b 5 12 2 OMI'lkus.aa 4 14 10
Tost.c 6 18 1 0Hazen,2b 6 2 2 8 1
STcher.lb 4 0 22 1 OJHel'dy.ef 6 0 110
Ryan. as 6 1 4 7 0Atklns.2b (116 0
Cor an.3b 6 10 3 OW'h'er.lb 4 1 10 0 0
Cle'enta.rf 6 10 0 IR'h'b'g.o S 0 16 1 0
anrness,p 5 0 0 7 OHolland.p 6 0 0 1 0
uravea.p u u v a u
Totals. 41 5 42 IS 1
Totals. 47 7 42 24 1
Armours ....0000000080000 11
Luxus 0 000000000000 0 0
Earned runs: Armours, 1. Two-base hits:
Collins. Atkins. Sacrifice hits; Dennlson,
Minikus. Wachtler, Rushberg, Al Oravee.
Stolen base: Hasen. Hits: Off Ourneea 6 in
12 1-3 innings. Struck out: By Haliand, 16;
by Gurness, 8. Bases on balls: OR Holland,
2: on Graves. 1. Hit by Ditched ball: By
Ourness, 1. Time: 2:00. Umpire, Klasana.
Bourgeois Beat Burgess-Nub..
The Bourgeois team in the Greater
Omaha league trimmed up the Bur-gess-Nash
contingent in a closely
contested game, the final count heing
3 to 2. Francis held the Burgess
Nash batters down to one hit. Score:
BOURGEOIS. BURQBSSS-NASH
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H. O.A.E.
BP"bet.8b 6 116 0L.ehr.3b 8 0 6 1 1
M'An's.Zb 6 6 0 4 OCar'ody.ss 1 0 3 6 0
P'M'ky.lf 5 0 3 0 0Ch'q'at,2b 5 2 12 0
FButler.c 1 2 10 0 0Potta,c 8 18 0 0
JM'sky.rf 6 2 0 0 OWIII'on.lb 6 0 13 0 1
JCl'ham.sa 4 0 4 0 0Davls.lt 4 0 3 0 0
JMerry.rt 6 2 4 0 lOgden.cf 6 0 0 0 0
You n 8. lb 6 I 16 2 OHassan.p 5 3 18 0
Francea.p 4 10 4 OCorkle.rf 8 10 0 0
Totals. al 10 18 16 1 Totals. 42 6 18 12 1
Bourgeois 00000020000 1 2
Burgeas-Naah ..0 0000101000 02
Two-baae hit: Haasan. Stolen baeeei
J. Merry (2). Butler, Charmqulat. Double
play: Haasan to Williamson. Bases on
balls: Oft Hassan, 1; off Franc's. 2. Left
on baaea: Bourgeois, la; Burgaas-Naah. T.
Hit by pitched ball: By Hassan (Butler).
Hltg; Off Francis, 6; off Hassan, I, Btruck
out: By Francis, 0: by Haaaan, 7. Tlm:
2;00. Umpire: Sage.
Priest at Front Killed.
Baltimore. Aug. 14. Rev. Nleaer M. Blo
lettt, H. S formerly of California, has beer,
killed at the front, Mometvhere in Franct
News of hie death was rocotved todav at
St. Mary's !temln.,ry "rom tho Sukihlclkii
mother nouae In Parla
Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 14. Phila
delphia won its first double header of
the season at home today, New York
being the victim, 7 to 0 and 7 to 4.
The home team hit Benton's delivery
hard in the first game, which was
Alexander's twelfth shutout of the
season.
In the second game, both teams
batted hard. Philadelphia scored
four of its five runs in the second in
ning in an unusual manner. With one
run in, two out, andthird and second
occupied, Kixey swung at a wild pitch
for a third strike. Bancroft and Kit
lifer scored on this play, and two
more runs were scored on Paskert's
double and Niehoff's single. The
score:
NEW TORK. PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H. O.A.E AB.H. O.A.E.
Burns.lf 4 0 8 0 OP'sk'rt.cf 4 2 3 0 0
Doyle. 2b 4 0 4 4 :Meh'f,2b 4 3 14 1
Herisog,3b 3 3 18 lByrne.Sb 6 13 8 2
R'bUa'n.rf 3 0 2 1 0Crav'th.rf 8 2 2 0 0
Kauff.cf 3 110 OWhltt'd.lf 4 2 0 0 0
Merkle.ll) 10 6 1 OLud'r's.lb 2 0 12 0 0
Kelly. lb 2 0 10 OB'nc'ft.Sf 4 10 2 0
Fl'ch'r.sa 2 0 2 2 lKllilfer.c 4 0 7 0 0
Kocher.c 8 0 4 0 OAl'x'd'r.p 4 10 2 0
Benton. p 2 0 1 2 0
Hunter 1 1 0 0 0 Totals. 36 It 27 11
Totals. ! 4 24 13 4
Batted for Benton in ninth.
New York ....0 0000000 00
Philadelphia ..8 0 0,1 0 0 8 2 6
.Two-baae hits: Paskert, Byrne, Bancroft,
NIehoff. Home run: Cravath. Stolen baae:
Whltted. Sacrifice hit: Luderua. Double
plays: Doyle to Fletcher to Merkle, Byrno
(unassisted). Bases on balls: Off Benton. 6.
Hita and earned runs: Off Benton, 11 hits,
6 runs in eight Innings. Struck out: By
Benton, 8; by Alexander, 7. Umplrea: Eason
ana u uay. Bcore, second game:
NEW TORK. PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H. O.A.E AB.H. O.A.E.
Burns.lf 4 2 11 OP'ak'rt.cf 4 2 10 0
Doyle.2b 6 0 3 8 0Nleh'f,2b 2 2 2 4 0
Heraog.2b 4 2 18 OBvrne.ah 4 12 11
R'b'a'n.rf 4 0 11 OCrav'th.rf 4 110 0
Kauff.cf 2 12 0 lWhitt'd.lf 4 12 10
Merkle.lb 3 1 12 1 OLud'r's.lb 3 0 110 0
Fl'tch'r.sa 4 2 1 S OB'nc'ft.aa 4 2 3 4 0
Kocher.c 4 2 2 0 nKtlllfer.n 8 t 8 1 n
A'd'ra'n.p 2 0 0 1 ORtxey.p 3 0 0 0 0
Schupp.p 0 0 0 1 1
-i.ooert i u o u 0 Total. 31 10 37 IS 1
Kelly 1 1 0 0 a
Totals. 36 11 24 17S
Batted for Anderson In seventh.
Batted for Schunn In ninth
lum ....v v V V O V V 4
Philadelphia ..06000020 7
xwo-oaae nits: Fletcher, Burns, Paskert
.wiiivih numi run; jvauii. eacruioe
u,,. HiviiDii, oioien pane: nersog. Double
plays: Hersog to Doylo to Herkle, Hersog
- w "nuieu io cyme.
Bancroft to NIehoff to Luderus. Baaas on
... miuaiouii, x-, on ocnupp, a; orr
Rlxey, 8. Struck out: By Anderson, 3; by
Rlxey, 6. Hits and earned runa: Off -Anderson,
8 hlte, 1 run In six lnnlnga; off
Schupp, 3 hits, 1 run In two Innings; off
Rlxey, 11 hits, 4 runs In nine innings. Um
plrea: O'Day and Eaaon.
Errors Ooetlr for Chicago.
Cincinnati A 4 A w .
nurimim errors
proved decidedly costly for Chicago today
and helped materially In Cincinnati's vic
tory, 6 to 8.
Both Tenney and McConnell had ons bad
Inning Otherwise the hits of the locals
were more timely and counted greater In
tho run columns. Orlfflth'o home run with
a man on base was the principal batting
feat of the day. Mollwlti, pinch hitting for
McConnell, brought In two runs, when ho
doubled in the seventh. The score-
taon CINCINNATI.
Zelder.If 4 2 11 0Rouch.cf 3 1 8 o 6
Flack.rf 4 0 0 0 OOrlf'th.rf 8 14 10
Mann.cf 3 2 10 OChase.lb 4 2 10 2 0
Sal",r'.1S, 1 10 1 Wlngo.o 4 2 2 0 0
FI!!lr.,rib i ! 5 1 ""'.I 4 12 0 0
. , , vuouo n.ZD 8 0 3 5 0
.,T : i - vcmmer.ss a 0 2 3 2
ScWp F" lij.
Totals. 34 8 24 16 4
Batted for McConnell In seventh.
Chicago 0 o A a n i e e a
Cincinnati ....1 0401000 8
ki,."?, " Oroh' Mollwl- Three-base
..... " iwm, run: urirnth. Stolen
bases: Griffith, Chaae. Sacrifice hlta: Bouah
Wlngo. Double plays: Griffith to Louden'
ll..ni' Kmmer to Chase. Bases on balls:
Off McConnell, 1; off Toney, 1. Hits and
earned runs: Off McConnell, s hits, 8 runa
In six Innings: off Packard, 1 hit, 0 run In
nine in t a, n,w- u runa in
..Hvn wo., o, mci.onneii, i;
n m ' ' Ton,y- Umpires: Rlgler
Brooklyn Slop Boston.
Brooklyn, N. r., Aug. 14. Brooklyn stop
pod the on-rushing Boston Nationals today.
6 to 2. Cheney Issued seven baaea on balls,
but was atrong In the pinches, allowing only
three hlta. The first waa a home run drive
to deep left by Maranvllle In the opening
Inning. Blacgburn opened the third with a
single, but was life. Konetchy made the
last hit In the fifth, (ending Wilholt home
with Bostons second run.
Three costly errors gava the Superbaa
four runs In the second inning. The score:
BOSTON BROOKLYN.
ARH.O.A.B. AB.HO.A.E.
Vnvllle.ss 3 1 3 6 rnston.rf 4 13 0 0
M ville.as 3 13 6 IM'C'rty.lb 3 0 8 1 0
g.d.of J J lWheat.lf 4 0 3 0 0
Wllh't.rf 2 0 1 0 0C't,hw,jb 4 ! , , S
"'I' J OMyera.cf 4 0 0 0 0
K'tchy.lb 4 1 11 0 0M'wr-y,3b 3 112 0
Smlth.lb 3 0 1 l.ool.on.sa 3 18 6 0
Egan,3b 8 0 12 lMlller.o 8 3 5 0 1)
Bl'kb n.o 112 0 OCheney.p 3 0 0 3 0
Connolly 1 0 0 0 0
sc?,m j 1 1 i ,,7M
Totals.. 28 3 34 13 1
Batted for Blackburn la sixth
Boaton 1 0 I o 0 0 I
Brooklyn 4 0 1 0 8
Homo runs; Maranvllle, Miller. Stolen
baae: Konetchy. Sacrifice hlta: Tyler, Olaon.
Double plays: Cutshaw to Mccarty to Olaon
to McCarty. Bases on balla: Off Tyler, 1:
off .Cheney, 7. Earned runs; Boston, 3;
Brooklyn. 1. Struck out: By Tyler. 3; by
Cheney, 5. Umplrea: Klam and Byron.
Movements of Ocean Hteeunera.
Port. , Arrived. Ha Had.
NEW TURK St. Leu.s Chicago.
BALBOA Teulere
Today' sSportCalendar
Trottlnr k Kr Circuit mMtlng
wn at Pwkrraborir, W Ya. Oil, Coal and
flat Itaetnt aaaorlatlMi mttnr open m
Klttenninr. Pa. Bar Mate Circuit mMtlng
oasiu at luvanuu, nan,
ghaottorArfcaaw ttat trap-ahMttM-
vanrnaaMM pent at Joaontmro. upeniog
oi awr noniinr waton in u re con.
Baae Ball Matlnv of National Amateur
mm sail BMoeiatiim at lndtanapollH.
Tahtlnf Opening of annual revmttv of
MOtnarn saehi club at Biioxi, M1.
8offlr All-American ftm ptara the
flrat fama of 1U 9ean41naTlan tour at
Noennoim.
Tennle Preliminary national doublet
ehamplonihtp berlna it Chicago. Vermont
itate rhamplofiihlp tournament openi at
nnw cieooro. ueiawaro v a i ley champion
hip tournament opene at MUford, r.
BoBlng Johnny Dnndeo ago. net Johnny
O'Leary, twelve rnnndt, at Boeton. Ad
Wolgaat agalnit Prank le Callahan, ten
roontU, at Brooklyn. Terry Brook agalnut
Anay lorwi, mieen roundi. at Marie
vllle, R. I.
AMATEURS CLASH IN
CHAMPIONSHIP TILTS
Nourse Oil Team Wins Over
Corr Electrics in Eleven
Inning Game.
LYOKS DEFEAT INDIANS
BY FRANK QUIGLEY. .
A large assembly of live'v suooort
ers of the local exponents of amateur
base ball rambled throueh the o-atea
at Ducky Holmes park Sunday aft
ernoon to Witness the two chamninn
ship wrangles carded there. One of
tne contests decided the fight for
SUDremarv in the Amn..n !
while the other unearthed an entangle
ment which will probably upset the
oreinature nlana nf th i
the Omaha Amateur Base Ball asso
ciation. The games were close and full of
thrills. The first game, after a fierce
fight of eleven rounds, finally termi
nated in a victory for the Nourse Oil
against the Corr Electrics by the
score of 7 to 6. The other con
test, which was a fifty-fifty affair
until the last gent was cellar bound,
deposited the Chris Lycks in the final
elimination Class B city series when
they marched off with the pennant
of the American league, labeled with
a 4-to-3 victory over trie Omaha
Bicycle Indians.
When the stumbling block in the
form of the Nourse Oil Company
upset the ambitions of the Corr Elec
trics they paved the way for Mc
Carthy s Sunnybrooks to get another
whack at the pennant. Now the Mc
Carthys and Corrs are knotted for
!l. x? ae' tw,th ,he exception
the McCarthy! will have to finish
three inntno-a n( an .,Hf:n:.L.j
with the Norse Oil Company, which
u "; - o-3 victory for the
McCarthys and already is credited to
them.
Nej' Sund'y the Murphy-Did-Its
and the Chris Lycks will stage the
ri,..gpme of ,h,e ci,y 'Hmination
, " at vuck-y Holmes park.
NOUHSB Oil. CO. JAMKB cni
St.ll.cf A.B??AeEi AB.H.OAE.
Brbh'.r.lf 4 10 0 o?Hb"'ib 2 5 5
CeVnVn f ! ! 2 "M'rl.on.lf l
Cathro.rf 6 2 3 1 OLane.c 0 2 17 o
Brown.c t 118 8 1 LK'j ,rf 8 3 1 J
Ashburn.p 8 0 18 OJKrejlc p 4 1 1 4
Beneon.se 6 0 0 0 lHH b'aes 4 l J 5
LvTnN'n" ! ! 1 "O mberSb A I
Lchn,2b l3 2Lang,li 3 2 6 1 )
TotaU.44 8 88 18 4 Totals. 4Tl7'8! U TI
Two out when winning run waa acor.d
; "'!; i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 m
vl, ivgooo330 1 7
haSl.m,S'": NourM' Corr., 8; Stolen
- . u.w..nusvl, AHnDurn ,3. Htell 12)
MVi'T,B""i' L'"" r- Hubatk.
nnnnu n, B"""- Two-ba. hit: Brown.
Double plnys: Brown to Lauechmah, Baudo
to Lauschman to Peosch. struck out: By
balls: Off Ashburn, 8; off .1 Krellc J
wourse. 81 Corrs, 6. Time- a-sn it,
plrmee: Xocher and Eckhard
CHRIS I.TCKS INDIANS.
!. nt " V '.u uso.as 4 12 0 2
l?n ii. J J J 'Mcl'th.lf 4 3 0 0 0
k.?,,lb.t 4 1 4 1 lAbbouJ.cf 4 110 0
HK8T;3rb, 2 2 5 2 1P'M'U" b 4 o
JvSmT i 2 S "PO 'sr.lb 4 0 10 1
T'li.cr i 2 ! 5 rirak,rf 8 0 0 0 II
- , w v-umng 10 0 0 0
TotaU.tS 6 VT 8 R TotBla.Jfi 7 24 11 4
Butted for VIrak In J.,h
Chr)B hyohn 0 o 1 0 I 0 2 0 -4
Jnuiann a n a n a a n a t,
m." " 1 nr" wk, i; xnuiane, l,
stolen bines, Abliourt, K. MariruHO. Two.
Lynn. Struck out: By McCoy. 12; by
h..... t j. . -oy. u$ on
omm: Indlani. 4: Chrln i.vrka c ti.,
1:60. L'mplr: K or her and Etkhard.
Pitcher Strikes Out
Twenty-Five Players
Marinette Wia A.,n- i uri
, ,.ue. it. vv nai IS
believed to be a record in base ball
nisiory was made yesterday when
Pitcher Plwirlr rtf a frlul,. k i.An
- - u.k uan
team in an eleven-inning game with
Marinette struck out twenty-five men.
The rnntiat rsltH n 0 1 ..:-
. - ... iu , vic
tory for Crivitr..
Ansley Wina.
Anslev. Neb.. Autr. 14 is
Telegram.) Ansley, 5; Comstock, 1.
Batteries: Ansley, Horn and Hans;
Comstock, Crawford an! Gibbons.
Three-base hit; Dobish.
CLEVELAND NOSES
OUT INTHE NINTH
Tie Score at the End of the
Eighth and When Detroit
Drops Behind and Loaes,
SCORE AS OOBB FUMBLES
Cleveland, Aug. 14. Cleveland de
feated eDtroit, 3 to 2, although out
batted, two to one. With the icore a
tie in the ninth, Chapman walked,
Speaker flied to Vcacli, Chapman
made a bluff to steal second and Mc
Kee threw to that bag, which was
left uncovered, as Chapman went
back to first. Chapman dashed on
again, went to third when Cobb fum
bled the ball and scored when Vitt let
Cobb's throw get away from him.
Sensational fielding by Smith fea
tured the game. Batting rallies ac
counted for all of the early runs. The
score:
CLBVKKAND. DETROIT.
AB U. O.A.E AB.H. O.A.B.
an.ney.lf 3 2 3 0 0Vltt.2b 4 1 S i 1
Ch'p'n.Sb 2 0 11 OBuih.M 4 0 15 0
Hpftftk'r.cf 4 0 i 0 OCobb.of 4 1111
fimlth.rf S 1 4 0 OVoarh.lf 1110 0
W'bir'i.in S 1 3 6 OOr'wf'd.rf S 0 0 0
TurnfOb 3 0 2 2 ORurni.lb 4 0 16 0 V
How'rd.lb S 0 9 1 lYoun2b 4 0 18 0
OKHU t 0 3 0 6MrKo. 4 1 1 1 11
Baby,p 3 0 13 ODubur.p 3 2 0 6 0
Totli,2T 4 17 12 1 Total!. 34 125 IS 8
One out whan winning run scored.
Detroit A 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Cleveland S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 A
Two-bfM hlta: Ontner D. Smith, Cobb.
Threebaae hit; UcKee. 8aortf.ee hit:
Chapman. Double playa: Wftmbimnu to
Howard (2). Baaea on balla: Off Baftby, 1;
off Dubuc, 2. Hlta and earMnn runa: Off
Bafby, S hlta 2 runa In nine lnnlnga, off
Dubuo, 4 hita, 2 runa, In eight and one
third Inning. Btruck out: By Bag by, 2; by
Dubuc, 1. Umplrea; chill and Connolly.
Bo ton Lt t T One.
Washington. lAug. 14 Wnehlng ton won
from the league leading Boaton Americana
2 to 1 today, when In the seventh Inning
Carl Maya paeaed two men and Morgan
doubled, acorlng both. Hooper loat Boaton
a chance to tie in the eighth. He ran
from flrat to leoond baae when Barrey lent
a lonj? fly to left field and waa unabln
to return after the ball waa caught. Lewie
the next batter doubled along the left Aeld
tine. Boston scored In the third on a pass,
a fielder's choice and a single by Hooper.
The aoere;
WASHINGTON, BOSTON.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.B.
Morgan. 2b 4 2 2 6 0 Hooper rf 2 2 2 0 0
Milan, rf 4 0 4 0 0 Barry, ib i 0 3 2 0
Koater,3b 4 111 OLewla.lf 4 12 0 0
Rlce.rf 3 0 0 0 OH'bl'all.lb 2 0 10 1 0
Shanka.lb 4 1 11 0 OCady.e 0 0 10 0
J'mlea'n.lf 4 0 2 1 OAgnew.ti 0 0 0 0 0
Hf-nry.c 4 17 0 OW'alker.ef 4 0 S 0 0
M'Bride.sa 3 0 0 1 IQ'dner.lb 4 2 0 2 0
Oallla.p 2 0 0 2 ORnott.aa 3 10 6 0
B'hllng.p 0 0 0 2 0T nomas, o 10 2 2 0
Moeller 0 0 0 0 OUainerlb 2 0 2 0 0
-maya.p
Total,.. 32 6 27 12 lL'nard.p
2 0 18 0
tO H ill
Janvrin, 1 0 0 0 0
Foater
1 0 0 0 .0
Totals. .81 4 37 16 0
Washington '..0 00 0 0 0 1 0 03
Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Batted for Mays In seventh.
Batted for Leonard In ninth.
Two-base hits: Shanks, Morgan, Lewis.
Stolen bases: Lewis. Bac rifles hits: flcott,
Barry. Double plays: Jamlnson, Morgan.
Rhanka. Baaea on balls: Off Gallia, 2; off
Boehllng, l; off Mays, 8. Hits and earned
runs: Off Gallia, 2 hlta and 1 run in alx
lnnlnga; off Bo h ting, 4 hlta and no runa
in three Innings; off Maya, fl hlta and 2
runa In avn lnnlnga; off Leonard, none
and none In two. Struck out: By Gallia,
6; by Bonhllng, 2; by Maya, 2. Passed ball;
Henry. Umpires: Dlneen and Nallin.
Nw York Wins The Oame.
New Tork, Aug. 14 New York defeated
Philadelphia here today, 4 to 3. The Tan-i
keea made four runs off Naborsln the first
Inning, before the retired a man, on threa
hita, two errors by Lajole and a double
steal, Nabors then pitched InvlnoJble ball.
Cullop of New Tork, was knorked down
In the fifth Inning when a drive from Ha
ley's bat struck him on the knee. After
several minutes he resumed pitching but
was forced to retire In the sixth inning.
The score: .
PHILADELPHIA. NEW TORK. 1
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Witt. as 4 0 4 6 lUagee.cf 2 14 0 0
WalHh.rf 4 12 0 OHIgh.lf 4 2 0 0 0
Strunk.lf 4 12 0 OP'k'p'gh.ss 3 10 2 1
Lajole.Jli 4 2 0 2 EPip.lb 4 0 12 2 0
M'InnlaJb 4 1 10 0 0Arnrm,3b 4 0 0 6 0
M'Kl ee,3b 3 0 11 0Odiion.2b 3 0 2 3 0
Fick.ef 4 2 10 Ullllsr.rf X 1 0 0 0
Haley.c 4 2 4 3 ON'nm'k'r.c 8 0X2
Nabors.p 3 0 0 1 OCullop.p 2 0 110
Lowry 1 0 0 0 OFlsher.p 1 0 0 2 0
Totals.. 36 0 24 13 4 Totala. .29 6 27 17 1
Batted for Nabora In ninth.
Philadelphia ,.0 1 0 0 1 1 6 0 03
Now York ....4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Twobase hits: High. Mclnnls. Walsh.
Stolen banes : Aragon, Plpp ( 2 ). Sacrifice
hits: McKfwse, Pecklnpaugh. Double plays:
I.ajole, Witt, Mclnnls. Base on halls: Off
Nabor, 2; off Oullip, 1. Hits and earned
runs: Off Cullop, 8 hits and 3 runs, in Ave
and two-thirds Innings; off Fisher t hit and
no runs In throe and om-lhlrd Innings; off
(Naoorfi, i runs. Htruck out: Bv Nabors. a
by Cullop, 4; by Fisher, 4. Wild pitch. Cul
lop. Umpires; O Iwughun and Evans.
NO MONEY FOR TWO
OFTHEFAVORITES
Russell Boyo and the Lark Oat
of All Running in the Raoea
of the Orand Circuit.
STAIGHT SAIL EASY WINNER
Columbus, 0.( Aug. 14. The first
two choices, Russell Boy and The
Lark, were distanced in second heats
of their races today at the opening
of the Columbus Grand Circuit meet
ing. The other favorite, Derby Cus
ter, won his event in straight heats.
Russell Boy was slightly favored
over Judge Ormonde for the 2:03
pace, but the winner turned up in
Lelia Patchen of the Snow stable. It
was all Russell Boy in the first heat,
but he made a fatal break turning
into the stretch in the second mile
and was outside the flag when it fell.
Judge Ormonde won this heat and
the next, but was unable to stand
Lelia Patchen's rush in the fourth
mile, the time being 2:04, or the
best of the race, which is the first'
six-heat one of this Grand Circuit
season. Snow's mare won the Jiexr.
tr.'O'liutts about as she pleased.
Always in Front.
Straight Sail, 4-year-old marc,
owned by J. C. Small of Cincinnati,
came on the Grand Circuit today for
the first time and was always in
front in the three heats of her 2:18
trot Coastess Mabel made a bid in
the third mile, but was beaten by .
a head. At no time did The Lark act
well.
Derby Custer, Murphy-driven, was
never in trouble during the 2:15 pace,
and the real competition in this race
was between Wampatuck, Contention -B.
and Willis Woodland for second
place. Summaries:
3:08 olaaa paolnf, thrsa In Art, paras
11,000:
tail Paladin, (Snow).... 8 8 I I I
Judta Ormonda (Val'tlna) S tit I 1
B II. Brett (Oraitr) 1 8 8 4 8 r
; Tim: litStl; 1:88 $:H, SlMVi, SlOTU.'
:08H
8:18 class trottlntv thraa In Ave, puraa
1.000,; .
Straight Hals (Swearlnaen) , 111
Coastess Uobel fCox) 8 18
Aulsoroolt (Valentine! 17
Tims: S:MU, 1:10. t!tU.
t:18 class pactnv. thrafl In tvm, puraa
11.000:
Derby Custtr (Murphjr). .......... Ill
Wampatuck (McDonald 18 8
Contention B (Durfea) .,.,,.,3 I 8
Ttrna: :10li, 2:08. S:0U.
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